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Hello there, We are doing some serious R&D on the Hisun Strike 250. We currently have a 2" lift kit available, exhaust system, clutch replacements, and advice like no other. We have taken this unit down to the frame and replaced almost every nut and bolt. So we know this UTV. Please feel free to ask any question about this and it's sister units UTV's.

We have complete clutch OEM assemblies available for $ 199 for both items, compared to the factory of 190+156 for both items. (plus shipping)

We have brake pads available for $19.99 front or rear per wheel.

We have CV belts available for $99.99 (plus shipping) currently out of stock, but back soon

We have 2" lift kits available (bolt in!) for only $79.99 ( plus shipping)

We have exhaust systems available for $249.99 (plus shipping) currently back ordered so get in line!!!

Advice is always free!!!!!!!

We will have our website up and running next week.

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I wanted to update some pics of the lift kit for you, more so the front lift kit area. So you can have a better look at it. The kit comes with all mounting plates, bolts, nuts, spacers and everything needed to simply bolt in. No drilling required. Powered coated in red for protection. Only $59.99

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My site is up and running now, check it out! www.250utv.com and be sure to come back here for lots of up to dates on tech articles and how to do information.

Matt

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